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11Feb 2020

Porous titanium, also named as sintered titanium and titanium foams, is sintered from titanium powder. It has pore structure exhibit high specific strength, high energy absorption, excellent corrosion resistance and biocompatibility. Generally, porous titanium processed from irregular titanium or titanium alloy irregular powder. It can be isostatically pressed, molded, and extruded. The main process for porous […]

20Jan 2020

Tantalum is the most corrosion resistant metal in common use today. Tantalum is not a noble metal, but it is comparable to them in terms of chemical resistance. When exposed to air, tantalum forms a very dense oxide layer (Ta2O5) which protects the base material from aggression. This oxide layer therefore makes tantalum corrosion-resistant. Tantalum‘s corrosion resistance in […]

20Jan 2020

With its unique properties, porous titanium can be widely used in the pharmaceutical industry, water treatment industry, food industry, bioengineering, chemical industry, petrochemical, metallurgical industry and gas purification. It is a new material with broad development prospects. Typical uses include: – In the infusion of the pharmaceutical industry, small injections, eye drops, decarbonization filtration in the concentration […]

17Jan 2020

Processing performance Tantalum has good plasticity, low deformation resistance, and low process hardening. It can be processed into plates, strips, foils, pipes, rods and wires at room temperature. Tantalum can be formed into various devices & parts using traditional processes, equipment and tools such as metal spinning, deep drawing, bulging, bending, punching & cutting, stamping […]

13Jan 2020

Titanium mesh, can be used as corrosion resistance anode, filtering for corrosive substance. Sacrificial anode is the unique usage for titanium mesh. Titanium expanded mesh is expanded from titanium sheets, the openings are normally diamond. Most common material is grade 2 C.P. Titanium. TERMINOLOGY Titanium mesh opening pic A: S.W.D.: Short Way Diamond B: L.W.D.: Long […]

05Jul 2019

TANTALUM Atomic symbol: Ta Atomic weight: 80.9479 Atomic number: 73 Electron configuration: 2-8-18-32-11-2 Oxidation states: +5 State of matter: solid          Heavy metal, ductile Discovered in 1802 by Anders Gustaf Ekeberg Boils at 5425°C, melts at 2996°C Notes: Tantalum is a silver-gray, very hard, malleable, ductile metal. Its properties are similar to that of the […]

07May 2019

PRASEODYMIUM Atomic symbol: Pr Atomic weight: 140.90765 Atomic number: 59 Electron configuration: 2-8-18-21-8-2 Oxidation states: +3 State of matter: solid Heavy metal, brittle Discovered in 1885 by Carl Auer von Welsbach Boils at 3212°C, melts at 931°C Notes: Praseodymium is a silver, moderately soft, ductile, and malleable metal. Small amounts of praseodymium are used in […]

07Mar 2019

OSMIUM Atomic symbol: Os Atomic weight: 190.23 Atomic number: 76 Electron configuration: 2-8-18-32-14-2 Oxidation states: +3, +4 State of matter: solid Heavy metal, ductile Discovered in 1804 by Smithson Tennant Boils at 5000°C, melts at 3000°C Notes: Osmium is a bluish white lustrous metal that is hard and brittle. It was believed to be the […]

07Mar 2019

LANTHANUM Atomic symbol: La Atomic weight: 138.9047 Electron configuration: 2-8-18-32-9-2 Atomic number: 57 Oxidation states: +3 State of matter: solid Heavy metal, brittle Discovered in 1839 by Carl Gustaf Mosander Boils at 3454°C, melts at 920°C Notes: Lanthanum is a ductile, malleable, silvery white rare earth metal. It forms alloys with several other metals, and […]

26Feb 2019

GADOLINIUM Atomic symbol: Gd Atomic weight: 157.25 Atomic number: 64 Electron configuration: 2-8-18-25-9-2 Oxidation states: +3, +4 State of matter: solid Heavy metal, brittle Discovered in 1880 by J.C.G de Marignac and P.É Lecoq de Boisbaudran Boils at 3223°C, melts at 1311°C Notes: Gadolinium has a silvery-white color and is moderately ductile. It becomes ferromagnetic […]